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USA Cycling announced Tuesday the 13-member roster that will compete at the Sept. 1-6 Pan American Continental Track Championships in Santiago, Chile.
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American riders had five top-ten finishes in Mont-Sainte-Anne.
Hilton Clarke (Los Angeles, Calif./UnitedHealthcare) and Erica Allar (Tucson, Ariz.) remained atop the USA Cycling National Criterium Calendar (NCC) standings following the July 11 Andersen Banducci Twilight Criterium in Boise, Idaho, and July 25 Intelligentsia Cup p/b SRAM in Lake Bluff, Ill., holding onto standings leads as the calendar moves into its second half.
Adrien Costa (Los Altos, Calif./California Giant Berry Farms-Specialized) and Brandon McNulty (Phoenix, Ariz./LUX-Specialized by Cynergy) delivered the 1-2 punch at the July 21-26 Tour de l’Abitibi Desjardins in Canada, taking the top two general classification spots and leading the way for the USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP).
Sunday featured the team events.
Eric Marcotte (Scottsdale, Ariz./Team SmartStop) notched silver in the 2015 Pan American Games men’s cycling road race on Saturday, crossing second in a four-man sprint at the finish to close out cycling competition in Toronto.
Sprints, scratch races, points races, time trials, and individual pursuits took center stage.
Thirty-eight athletes will represent the United States.
Masters athletes continued to collect hardware at the Giordana Velodrome during Friday's morning and evening sessions.
Action continued at the Giordana Velodrome on Thursday.
Lauren Stephens (Dallas, Texas/Team TIBCO-SVB) finished third at the July 17-23 Internationale Thuringen Rundfahrt der Frauen in Germany, leading all U.S. riders at the eight-stage contest.
More national titles were awarded on Wednesday!
Kelly Catlin (Arden Hills, Minn./NorthStar Development) won the women’s individual time trial at Day 16 of the Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada, on Wednesday, topping the field of 15.
Racers competed in the pursuit, time trial, sprint, scratch, and points race.
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Jill Kintner (Bellingham, Wash./Red Bull-Norco Bicycles) completed her three-event sweep of women’s pro gravity and enduro events on the final day of the 2015 USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Championships on Sunday, taking the first ever women’s pro/open enduro title at Mammoth Mountain.
Hammer won the omnium's final event to secure her gold medal on Sunday night.
Jill Kintner (Bellingham, Wash./Red Bull-Norco Bicycles) marched to the women’s pro downhill national championship and Chloe Woodruff (Prescott, Ariz./Team Stan’s NoTubes-Niner) sprinted to the women’s pro cross-country win, as the two athletes earned their second Stars-and-Stripes jerseys in as many days on Saturday at the 2015 USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Championships in Mammoth Mountain, Calif.
Hammer grabbed two first-place finishes and a fourth-place to take the lead.
Luca Cometti (San Diego, Calif./Intense Factory Racing) and Jill Kintner (Bellingham, Wash./Red Bull-Norco Bicycles) repeated as men’s and women’s professional dual slalom national champions, and Russell Finsterwald (Colorado Springs, Colo./SRAM-Troy Lee Designs Race Team) and Chloe Woodruff (Prescott, Ariz./Team Stan’s NoTubes-Niner) took over as men’s and women’s professional short track cross-country national champions on Friday at the 2015 USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Championships in Mammoth Mountain, Calif.
Jennifer Valente, Sarah Hammer, Kelly Catlin, and Lauren Tamayo made up the silver medal-winning squad.

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